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Google is making it easier for Gmail users to communicate with others who speak a different language.
The Web giant announced Tuesday that it is rolling out its automatic message translation option for all Gmail users over the next few days. Now, when you receive a message in a language other than your own, Gmail will translate it into a language you can understand — with a single click. With the new feature, you'll also be able to reply to emails in the sender's native language.
The feature has actually been available in Gmail Labs, Google's "testing ground for experimental features," since 2009. Jeff Chin, product manager for Google Translate, said automatic message translation has been one of the most popular labs features.
"We heard immediately from Google Apps for Business users that this was a killer feature for working with local teams across the world," Chin wrote in a blog post. "Some people just wanted to easily read newsletters from abroad. Another person wrote in telling us how he set up his mom's Gmail to translate everything into her native language, thus saving countless explanatory phone calls (he thanked us profusely)."
Those who are bi-lingual can disable translations for a particular language. Or, you can turn on an option to always translate specific languages.
In addition to automatic message translation, two other Gmail labs are rolling out across the email service: title tweaks and smart mute. Title tweaks changes the text in the browser tab to let you more easily see if you have new messages. The tab will now dispay "Inbox (20)," for example, instead of "Gmail - Inbox (20)." Smart Mute, meanwhile, helps you keep long email threads that aren't relevant out of your inbox.
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